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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtrouble-freeˌtrouble-ˈfree adjective  PROBLEMwithout any problems We ensure that you have a trouble-free and enjoyable holiday.
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trouble-freeBut police and parade stewards kept the two sides apart and the event was relatively trouble-free.However, some items make useful additions to any holiday suitcase and will make sure you get the trouble-free break you deserve.The biggest crisis in her until then trouble-free career came during a recording session in her home town.And for mums with their hands full, there's a trouble-free container.It's usually a trouble-free procedure, but occasionally there's a problem over whether you've really been living apart.Yet if you want to ensure a trouble-free retirement, it's never too early to start financial planning.At least London's Notting Hill Carnival got off to a trouble-free start.
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